http://www.caradvice.com.au - The Holden Commodore ‘VXR’ has been spied undergoing road testing in Germany, and despite being sold with Opel, Vauxhall and Buick badges elsewhere in the world, this prototype is wearing the Holden lion. It’s not certain what the hottest variant yet of the next-generation Commodore will be known as, but it’s almost certain it will be branded as the Opel Insignia OPC on the Continent, and the Vauxhall Insignia VXR in the UK.
http://www.carscoops.com - Opel is out testing a camouflaged Insignia Grand Sport and the only safe assumption we can make is that this is the range-topping OPC version.
http://www.carscoops.com - According to eyewitnesses, the driver of this Holden Commodore was weaving through traffic before he made contact with the dash-cam truck.
http://www.roadandtrack.com - Holden is sending off the Commodore with a bang in the form of this 636 horsepower monster.
http://www.caradvice.com.au - HSV wowed Australia when it announced Australia’s fastest and most powerful production car ever, the HSV GTSR W1. The wows continued when the engine and performance specs were revealed, but the biggest wow belonged to the price: $169,990 (plus on-road costs).
https://www.gizmodo.com.au - The next-gen Holden Commodore is going to be a very different car to the one that came before it in a lot of ways. But it'll also have a bit of a hat-tip to the early 2000s: the just-announced Commodore Tourer will be a rugged, lifted wagon in the vein of 2003's Adventra crossover.
http://www.carscoops.com - In Australia, one of the most recognizable cars anywhere in the country is the VL-generation Holden Commodore. Produced between 1986 and 1988, the VL is loved by many down under and loathed by many others.
http://www.themotorreport.com.au - This is it. To the catchy tune of what later became a Danni Minogue cover single, those three words used in the advertising slogan of the original 1978 Holden Commodore could also be applied to this 2017 Holden Commodore SS V Redline. In around six months – on October 20 – not only will Holden’s Adelaide manufacturing facility close, but it will take with it the rear-wheel drive configuration and V8 engine that have been central to the nameplate’s success over four decades.
http://www.goauto.com.au - To be launched in North America later this year, the high-riding wagon will be offered only with a 186kW 2.0-litre turbo petrol powertrain driving four wheels via an eight-speed automatic transmission and twin-clutch intelligent all-wheel-drive system, meaning only Australians and New Zealanders will have access to the normally aspirated 3.6-litre V6 version with its 230kW of power and 370Nm of torque. Like Opel and Holden, Buick will sell the high-riding wagon alongside the five-door hatch that it will call Regal.
http://www.carscoops.com - Hot on the heels of the 2018 Buick Regal debuting, GM has unveiled the third variant of the Vauxhall Insignia and Holden Commodore twins in the form of the Insignia Country Tourer or simply the Commodore Tourer in Australia.